Dia del Oso.
Translation (for those with limited Spanish proficiency): Day of the Bear.
...a long-standing Baylor tradition marked by a glorious day of no class and lots of fun activities on campus like tug of war, ultimate frisbee, volleyball, dunking booths, cotton candy, etc.
However, all the cool college kids rarely even make it to campus. They are too busy ruling 10th street with their own festivities...Dia del 10th, as we like to call it. There, you will find a slip 'n slide, a bounce house, basketball tournaments, and a sea of silly college kids celebrating the sunshine and springtime.
Oh Dia, I love you.